Rebirth of the DGP4SL Teleporter Store

November 11, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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DGP4SL Teleporter Store Lower Store

Some time ago an unplanned event forced the sudden closure of the DGP4SL Teleporter Store in-world. Various other unplanned events then got in the way of bringing it back to life. Well finally all those pesky interruptions have stayed away long enough that ….

It’s HERE!

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Important Pricing Changes in VLMVW

January 30, 2013 by · Comments Off on Important Pricing Changes in VLMVW
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There are always two basic perspectives when pricing a new product. They are variously known as “High Price/Low Volume” and the opposite “Low Price/High Volume”. When we first released the VLMVW System that provides our Virtual Landmarks solution for Second Life, we chose to adopt the former pricing structure. But after listening to the feedback from our customers, we have changed pricing models.

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Yet More Virtual Landmarks

December 13, 2012 by · Comments Off on Yet More Virtual Landmarks
Filed under: DGP4SL Info, Linden Lab and Second Life, New Products, Technical Info 

It’s barely been two weeks since we announced the release of our newest product, but already we’ve been tweaking and adding. *sigh* Fine! We’re never happy. Tough! But at least you all get the benefit of our manic habits. In today’s post we announce a few more things happening with Virtual Landmarks, and some that just might interest you too.

(Pssst … there’s a freebie version available now too. Read below about the new Promotional Version of Virtual Landmarks …)

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Another VLM Gizmo – The Location Beacon

December 5, 2012 by · Comments Off on Another VLM Gizmo – The Location Beacon
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We recently added a new product to the DG Products for Second Life line called “Virtual Landmarks for Virtual Worlds” or VLMVW. The power and flexibility of the VLMVW system provides a number of valuable advantages to Store Owners and Merchants that operate In-World Store locations. VLMs also have a number of advantages for those that run exhibits, events and any type of in-world function that depends on “Foot Traffic”. A full description of the VLMVW System is contained in our previous blog post “Time To Push Second Life Forward – Virtual Landmarks”.

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Time To Push Second Life Forward – Virtual Landmarks

When Second Life debuted on the Internet Stage in the early 90’s, it pushed quite a few boundaries of technical capability that had previously been the subject of experimentation, but had not yet been available to the “Common Person” in any reasonable form. Second Life introduced people to the concept of living a complete and deep life totally within the confines of a Virtual World. Suddenly the concept exploded from the labs and back rooms of college research groups and into the hands of most anyone able to connect to the Internet.

But even though most of SL was a technical leap into future concepts, there were a number of things that remained shackled to the past. Even though it was possible for anyone to fly without the aid of a vehicle, and even though it was possible for anyone to instantly teleport to anywhere in the Virtual World, the mechanism available to remember those places was mired in the past using a technique that was out-dated before it was even released.

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